- update grade reporting for mid-quarter progress reports
- edit RTI plan and email to admin as well as participating teachers
- type up Homework ER schedule
- reassure the SDC teachers and aides that it's no bother (although it kinda is, and they know that too, but they are just doing their jobs, as am I)
- bring two students who were sitting at Fs back up to Bs by making them do all of their absent work, and having them do the tests they missed. ABSENCES MATTER!!!
- messed up on teaching my Algebra 1 kids...but they ended up figuring stuff out by themselves, which is what I expect them to do, which is AWESOME
- skipped lunch. Again. Starving. Ate an entire salmon when I came home
- grading, grading, grading
- planning, planning, planning
- finally got my lesson binders organized, after a month of dishevelment and loose papers flying everywhere
- made a list of students who scored at 3 or below on their 7th grade CST...
Seriously, I can live at school for all the work I need to do. Has it already been a month of school? Thank goodness the first pay check is approaching at the end of this week. Thing I will do for myself once I get said pay check:
Buy my plane ticket to HK for Christmas. Oh yes.